Anna Margaret <I>Wills</I> Stone


Anna Margaret Wills Stone

Butler, Butler County, Pennsylvania, USA
Death 24 Feb 2005 (aged 92)
Boca Raton, Palm Beach County, Florida, USA
Burial Martin County, Florida, USA
Plot Garden of Devotion
Memorial ID 149705624 View Source

Anna Margaret (Wills) Stone, daughter of John & Henrietta (Herbst) Wills, was born March 8, 1912 in Butler, PA. Her family relocated to Chicago, IL in 1924. At the Trianon Ballroom on the city’s South Side, Ann met Louie Emmett Stone, and the two eloped to Indiana on June 15, 1933. Two days later, on June 17, 1933, they confirmed their wedding vows in Chicago, IL.

Ann and Louie had three children: Robert, Richard, and Lois. Sadly, Robert died of a childhood illness. The family remained in Illinois for several years, where Louie operated gasoline service stations in Downers Grove and later in Bradley. In 1956 the family moved to Riviera Beach, FL. Together Ann & Louie owned and operated the Ebb Tide Apartments and the Triangle Paint Company prior to their retirement in 1977.

Ann was the first woman in Palm Beach County to be admitted to the Toastmasters International, and she was a Practitioner in the Church of Religious Science. She was a charter member of the Coquettes dance group and was also a member of the Super Seniors group of the First Baptist Church of Lake Park. Ann passed away at Hospice by the Sea on February 24, 2005 at the age of 92. She was preceded in death by her husband Louie, and sons Robert and Richard.

Survivors include: daughter Lois Wiley & husband Joe; daughter-in-law Martha Cuthbert & husband Bryan; granddaughter Debbie Moore; granddaughter Pam Schutzenhoffer & husband Paul; great-grandchildren Jimmy and Chris Moore, plus Donna, Kelly and Tommy Schutzenhoffer; brother Clarence Wills & wife Helen; several nieces and nephews; and many dear friends. Ann, Louie and their son Richard are buried at Riverside Memorial Park in Tequesta, FL.

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